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CHARLES LYNDON 

News and opinions from our legal team

Lloyd wins in the Court of Appeal against Google

On the morning of 2nd October, the Court of Appeal reversed the decision of the High Court which effectively blocked consumers’ route to redress through representative legal actions. Facts The Claimant, Mr Richard Lloyd, brought a representative action against Google LLC. Mr Lloyd makes the claim on behalf of a class of more than 4 […]

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Knotweed, Network Rail, And The Court Of Appeal

Knotweed, Network Rail, And The Court Of Appeal

Charles Lyndon had previously been successful in the Cardiff County Court on behalf of its client Mr Robin Waistell in bringing a claim against Network Rail for allowing Japanese Knotweed to prevent Mr Waitsell from enjoying his property. Damages were awarded for the cost of treating the Japanese knotweed and for the residual diminution in […]

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Network Rail’s appeal knot allowed – A victory for homeowners in the Court of Appeal

Network Rail’s appeal knot allowed – A victory for homeowners in the Court of Appeal

Charles Lyndon had previously been successful in the Cardiff County Court on behalf of its client Mr Robin Waistell in bringing a claim against Network Rail for allowing Japanese Knotweed to prevent Mr Waistell from enjoying his property. Damages were awarded for the cost of treating the Japanese knotweed and for the residual diminution in […]

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Japanese Knotweed in the Court of Appeal

The landmark case against Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, which was heard in Cardiff County Court last year, went before the Court of Appeal earlier this month. Charles Lyndon had been successful on behalf of its client Robin Waistell, with judgement handed down by Recorder Grubb in February in 2017.  Mr Waistell sued Network Rail for […]

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What will Change in March 2019?

This note provides an introduction as to what the business environment will look after the UK leaves the EU. Whilst there is a lot of uncertainty about the details of the UK’s relationships with the EU and the rest of the world, in each scenario there are many common features that we can use as […]

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Brexit Day 1: What We Now Know

After a frustrating 12 months for businesses, where the government has repeatedly sent out mixed signals on what ‘Brexit Means Brexit’ actually means, on the first day of the Brexit negotiations we finally found out! Hard Brexit On Sunday we were told that the government is still pursuing a hard Brexit, and the UK will […]

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